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Tips for Healthy Eating
Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables have lots of vitamins and minerals!
Choose whole grains and foods that are high in fiber . Fiber helps manage weigh and helps you feel fuller during the day.
Eat Fish! Salmon and deep sea fish are high in omega-3 fatty acids that keeps your heart healthy!
Eat less trans fats and saturated fats.
Limit your sweets!
AHA Grocery Guide
The American Heart Association has created a guide to planning meals, shopping, and saving.
How to shop smart
When you go to the grocery store, what do you ALWAYS need to do when buying your nutritious food?
1. Look at the quality of food you are buying. Don't buy any food that looks dirty or rotten.
Vegetables and Fruit should smell good, look good, and feel good.
Meat smells neutral and looks clean.
2. Look at the price.
Compare the price of similar products by weight. Example: 1 pound of fresh strawberries is $4.00 versus 1 pound of frozen strawberries is $3.00. See the video on comparing prices for more examples.
Does the price fit my budget for groceries?
3. Look at the nutritional content on the container!
Look at the Calories in a serving, Compare Fat/sugar/sodium content, Look at the ingredient list
See the video below on reading a food label for more information.
Healthy Eating Resource
AHA Youtube Recipe Channel
This includes different cooking videos which provide examples and directions for recipes.
This link includes tips, hacks, how to save, and videos.
This includes snacks, prices, and complexity.
Picking the Perfect Avocado